Monday, July 10, 2017


NZ has to be about the least fertile ground imaginable for revolution. This is no longer the same hardy breed which built the country and never will be again.

Never say never, my friend, because you never know about the future, but you do know from the past from that old dusty history book on the shelf when founded by those hardy pioneers and colonists, New Zealand had its act together – It was a great country.

…and if something happened in past, it could happen again.

Tell me – aside from yourself – are there any other New Zealanders thinking dangerous patriotic thoughts? Are there 100? 50? 10? 5? 1?

If there is that one man, he is strongest man in the country.

I say if one New Zealander thinks revolution – and if he has any leadership abilities – the thing can happen!

In America’s colonial days, the loyal subjects of his majesty King George III raised the money by popular subscription and built a statue of old Imperial Georgie mounted on his favorite horse…
In less than 20 years, patriots tore down this statue and melted down the lead to be reformed as bullets to fire at the British Army.

What the hell happened?

I’ll tell you what happened.

Sam Adams decided to overthrow the British government, which had. among other acts of oppression, enacted racist policies in favor of the American Indians, like no white settlement west of a certain line drawn by the colonial ministry in London by people who never set foot in North America.

Yes, the American Revolution started in the mind of one man outraged at the colonial government in Massachusetts in general and the British Empire in North America in particular. Don’t believe me? Look it up. Sam Adams is called in American history books, “The Father of the American Revolution.”

I think I know a certain man in New Zealand with proven leadership abilities to be the Sam Adams of New Zealand, but I don’t think he’s come around yet to the only means possible to save his country.

Revolution. Regime Change.

A new republic. A new constitution. A new beginning.

Make New Zealand Great Again!

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